The elderly are increasingly relying on their families to provide care. Unfortunately, as the growth of the elderly population outpaces the younger generation, there will be fewer available caregivers. This will cause significant stress on caregivers as they try to manage caring for a loved one (often on their own) while also providing and caring for their own family. This generation of caregivers who are caring for an elderly parent and their own children have become known as the “sandwich generation.” The typical family caregiver is a mid to late forties woman who works full-time and spends about twenty hours per week providing unpaid care for about five years to her mother (while incurr

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